How to Spend Two Days in Prague

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How to Spend Two Days in Prague

How would I describe Prague? WOW! That’s all I really need to say. If you are looking for a cheap, but also beautiful city rich with history then you need to visit Prague. I think Prague can be done in a day if you want to add it to a trip, but also there is enough to do if you want to stay longer. Here are things to do and eat while you are in Prague 🙂

Day 1:

What to do-

  • Go see Prague Castle
  • Walk across Charles Bridge on your way to the Castle
  • Check out the painters on the bridge
  • Take a boat tour!
  • See the John Lennon Wall
  • Petrin Lookout Tower

How to Spend Two Days in Prague

Where to eat-

  • Get a trdelnik plain or with ice-cream or chocolate (soooo good!)
  • Strahov monastic brewery
  • U Betlemkske Kaple
  • On your way to the castle there is a cafe that overlooks the city of Prague. I didn’t catch the name, but it’s in the wall as you are walking up the steps to the castle. It is also cash only.

Beer is really good in Prague. I don’t even really like beer and I drank a lot of it here. And it’s even better because it’s cheap. They have a dark beer that is sweeter and worth a try and of course Pilsner!

 

Day 2:

What to do:

  • Check out all the shops in Old Town
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Check out one (or two) of Prague’s many museums

I went to the Music Museum and it was pretty cool! They had so many instruments and how they have evolved over time. Music fans I would definitely recommend checking this out.

Where to eat:

  • Cafe Louvre
  • Sisters for open face sandwiches
  • Gingerbread at Pernickuv Sen

Cafe Louvre is a pretty famous cafe in Prague where Einstein, Kafka, and Capek were said to visit. There was a line when I went, but it went pretty fast. I ordered the pancakes (shown below) and they were amazing! Someone told me to get a Turkish coffee, but I totally forgot about it. So, if you go please order it and tell me how it was 😉

 

 

Where to stay:

I stayed at Sophie’s Hostel which was only a fifteen minute walk from Old Town. They offer a five bed women’s dorm and they are like mini apartments! I didn’t realize when I got there that it would have a kitchen and a bathroom just for that dorm. I think this would be awesome if you are staying longer because you can make your own food. The rooms also do not have bunk beds, which is a plus.

Every night the hostel has a happy hour where beers are only 1 euro! The bar and reception are open 24 hours also. You can pay 6 euros for a breakfast buffet, traditional European breakfast and coffee, or you can pay more for a hot brunch along with the buffet.

 

Are you planning a trip to Prague? If not you should 😉

 

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